Madhubala, born in the month of February, also died in the month of February. He said goodbye to the world on 23 February 1969. Today Madhubala is not in this world, but people still become crazy about her by seeing her in their films. Madhubala was born on 14 February 1933 in Delhi and her real name was Begum Mumtaz Jahan Dehalvi. He was included in a total of 11 siblings and was ranked number 5. Madhubala was beautiful from childhood and that is why at the age of 9, Madhubala got the role of the daughter of the heroine in the film ‘Basant’. After this film, Madhubala never looked back and she moved forward.
By the way, very few people know that Madhubala had a hole in her heart and in the mid 1950s Madhubala herself came to know about this. This was the period when the film ‘Mughal-e-Azam’ was being shot. At that time Madhubala did not take this serious disease seriously and in such a situation, her illness gradually increased. Madhubala was in love at the time, from Prem Nath to Dilip Kumar and Kishore Kumar, but she was disappointed in love. His heart was also deceived. She was with Kishore Kumar when Madhubala came to know about her illness. It is said that even at this time, husband Kishore Kumar did not keep her with him and sent him to live separately.
During that time, Kishore Kumar also used to take care of Madhubala once in two-four months. Madhubala falls alone in her bad times and breaks down mentally as well. It is said that on 23 February 1969, at the age of 36, Madhubala said goodbye to this world. Talking of films between 1942 and 1962, only 20 films of Madhubala proved to be super hit, while the rest of the films were either flopped or average. His hit list includes Mughal-e-Azam, Tarana, Amar, Sangdil, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi, Mahal Ke Khwab, Jhumru, Half Ticket, Howrah Bridge, Rainy Night, Gate Way of India, Mr. Yes Shrimati, Sheree Farhad, Jew Included are Ki Girl, Black Water, Fake Note, Passport, Kaal Hamara, Humans Awake, Two Maestro and Falgun mainly.